Kay and Ryan, Wife and Son of Ged, Hospice Patient
Everybody loved him who met him really. Once met never forgotten. As the landlord, Ged just made everyone feel welcome. Everybody felt like they’d known him for years even if they didn’t. Everybody’s got fond memories of him which is nice.
At the funeral there would have been over 500 people. And then we just had a bit of a party didn’t we? We had a big day, it was a lovely day.
He went into St Gemma’s to get his pain sorted out and then he came back home. He ended up back in hospital and he just didn’t want to be in there at the latter end.
St. Gemma’s were brilliant. We ended up all stopping there, pretty much all that last week we were there, weren’t we?
And he liked it there at St. Gemma’s, especially being in the gardens. When he was in the wheelchair we’d whizz him around to the gardens. They couldn’t believe how many visitors he had. They kept saying what “more?!” He was one of those.